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Some Things Should Remain Private: What Not To Share On Facebook

Internet

Some Things Should Remain Private: What Not To Share On Facebook

Ah, Facebook. The grandfather of all social networks, where we all share all sorts of weird things without a second thought. Despite its horrible reputation when it comes to privacy, Facebook still manages to lull us into a comfortable and safe feeling, in which many of us forget ourselves, the world, and the fact that absolutely anyone can see what we post on Facebook. What is it about Facebook that makes it so easy to forget?

04-03-2013
Some Things Should Remain Private: What Not To Share On Facebook
How To Create a Video Of Your Life One Second A Day [iPhone]

iPhone and iPad

How To Create a Video Of Your Life One Second A Day [iPhone]

For the last several years, I’ve committed to completing at least one year-long project that requires only my time and discipline. Such projects include completing a daily creative self-portrait project, keeping a private online jazz music appreciation journal, and reading 50 books in 52 weeks. My project for this year is based on an app called 1 Second Everyday, which consists of capturing a second of my life for an entire year.

04-03-2013
How To Create a Video Of Your Life One Second A Day [iPhone]
Beat Your Office Frustrations By Aiming For The Waste Basket On Paper Toss 2.0 [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Beat Your Office Frustrations By Aiming For The Waste Basket On Paper Toss 2.0 [iOS]

Ever since man has started to suit up for a day at the office, aiming for the waste basket has been a cure for frustration, and sometimes a fun office game. Somebody had to come along and turn it into a casual game. Backflip Studios came up with Paper Toss for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad. Many favorable ratings and reviews later, Paper Toss can be qualified as a success.

04-03-2013
Beat Your Office Frustrations By Aiming For The Waste Basket On Paper Toss 2.0 [iOS]
How To Setup a Minecraft Server

Gaming

How To Setup a Minecraft Server

Minecraft has exploded over the last couple of years to become one of the greatest indie games of all time. There’s simply so much you can do with the game – not only by its own, but also with the wealth of plugins that are now available. With so many people playing the game, there’s no better time than now to set up your very own Minecraft server. It’s not too difficult to get started, and with some time you can turn your server into the next big thing.

04-03-2013
How To Setup a Minecraft Server
Ad-Aware Pro 10.5: Latest Update to the Quick & Powerful Security Suite [Giveaway]

Windows

Ad-Aware Pro 10.5: Latest Update to the Quick & Powerful Security Suite [Giveaway]

Security suites are a big deal. There are so many avenues of attack and you may one day find your computer buckling under the weight of malware and viruses. In the latter half of last year, I actually reviewed Lavasoft’s Ad-Aware Pro as part of MakeUseOf’s Rewards Program. But here’s our offer this week: we’re giving away 25 copies of Ad-Aware Pro 10.5 worth a total of $900 for FREE!

04-03-2013
Ad-Aware Pro 10.5: Latest Update to the Quick & Powerful Security Suite [Giveaway]
How to Define Command Line Aliases on Any Operating System

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How to Define Command Line Aliases on Any Operating System

We’ve talked about, and recommended getting to grips with your computer’s command line terminal numerous times in the past. Tina wrote a good primer for Windows users with A Beginner’s Guide To The Windows Command Line. Abraham provided a similar service for Linux users, with An Introduction to the Linux Command Line. In a vast array of articles, MakeUseOf has explored other uses of the command line.

04-03-2013
How to Define Command Line Aliases on Any Operating System
Introduction To jQuery (Part 3): Waiting For The Page To Load & Anonymous Functions

Internet

Introduction To jQuery (Part 3): Waiting For The Page To Load & Anonymous Functions

jQuery is arguably an essential skill for the modern web developer, and in this short mini-series I hope to give you the knowledge to start making use of it in your own web projects. In the first part of our jQuery tutorial, we looked at some language fundamentals, and how to use selectors; in part 2, we moved on to methods of manipulating the DOM. In part 3, we’ll tackle the problem of how to delay jQuery until the page has loaded.

03-03-2013
Introduction To jQuery (Part 3): Waiting For The Page To Load & Anonymous Functions
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